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A DVD, produced, written, edited and narrated by Christian Pinto © Adullam Films, 2010 An Exposé from original Documents of American History and historic fact by Dr. Catherine Millard Author of, The Rewriting of America’s History © 1991, 2011
Following is the narration by the Producer/Narrator of this DVD production, with a response to each allegation, from original documents of American history and historic fact, in context: JOHN ADAMS Narrator: “In a letter to Thomas Jefferson dated June 28, 1813, John Adams states: ‘In favour of these general principles in philosophy, religion and government, I could fill sheets of quotations from Frederick of Prussia, from Hume, Gibbon, Bolingbroke, Rousseau and Voltaire…’” Response: Adams’ June 28, 1813 letter is taken out of context, changing the meaning of his communication to Jefferson. The original letter, in context, reads: sublime, if ever there were any sublime, Phythagoras learned in India…’” Response: Adams’ December 25, 1813 letter is taken out of context, changing the meaning of his communication to Thomas Jefferson, in which he exposes, counters and even ridicules the false theology of Joseph Priestley, concluding, “…And how does this differ from the possessions of demons in Greece and Rome, from the demon of Socrates, from the worship of cows and crocodiles in Egypt and elsewhere. After migrating through various animals from elephants to serpents according to their behaviour, souls that at last behaved well went to heaven…” Adams begins his expose of Priestley’s false teaching, comparing it with the Bible, thus:
painting by Paul N. Norton. U.S. Capitol. “Priestley ought to have done “The general principles, on which impartial justice to philosophy and the fathers achieved Independence, philosophers, philosophy which is the were the only principles in which that result of reason, is the first, the original Revelation of the Creator beautiful assembly of young gentlemen could unite, and these to his creature, man. When this Revelation is clear and certain, principles only could be intended by them in their address, or by me by intuition or necessary induction, no subsequent Revelation in my answer. And what were these general principles? I answer, supported by prophecies or miracles can supercede it. Philosophy the general principles of Christianity in which all these sects were is not only the love of wisdom, but the science of the universe and united: and, the general principles of English and American liberty, its cause. There is, there was and there will be but one Master of in which all these young men united, and which had united all philosophy in the universe. Portions of it, in different degrees are parties in America, in majorities sufficient to assert and maintain revealed to creatures. Philosophy looks with an impartial eye on her Independence. all terrestrial religions. I have examined all, as well as my narrow sphere, my straightened means and my busy life would allow me; Now I will avow, that I then believed, and now believe, that those and the result is, that the Bible is the best book in the world. It general principles of Christianity, are as eternal and immutable, contains more of my little philosophy than all the libraries I have as the Existence and Attributes of God; and that those principles seen… of Liberty, are as unalterable as human nature and our terrestrial, mundane System. I could therefore safely say, consistently with Priestley ought to have given us a sketch of the religion and all my then and present information, that I believed they would morals of Zoraster, of Sanchoniathon, of Confucius, and all the never make discoveries in contradiction of these general principles. founders of religions before Christ, whose superiority would from In favour of these general principles in philosophy, religion and such a comparison have appeared the more transcendent. government, I could fill sheets of quotations from Frederick of Prussia, from Hume, Gibbon, Bolingbroke, Rousseau and Voltaire, Priestley ought to have told us that Pythagoras passed twenty as well as Newton and Locke: not to mention thousands of Divines years, in his travels in India, in Egypt, in Chaldea, perhaps in and philosophers of inferiour fame. Sodom and Gomorrah, Tyre and Sidon. He ought to have told us that in India he conversed with the Brahmans and read the Shasta, Narrator: 5000 years old, written in the language of the sacred sanscrists with “John Adams’ December 25, 1813 letter to Thomas Jefferson states: the elegance and sentiments of Plato. Where is to be found theology ‘Where is to be found theology more orthodox or philosophy more profound, than in the introduction to the Shasta?…These doctrines, continued on page 6
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and the national acknowledgment of this truth is not only an indispensable duty which the people owe to Him. that Wednesday. but this never was popular. without end. conducive to the happiness and prosperity of a nation. and as the United States of America are. and then if they were good. first session. Secretary of State. resulting from his eternal designs. therefore. in the independent enjoyment of their Religious and Civil Freedom. The Arabic text which is between Articles 10 and 12 is in form a letter. finally. It is enough. the just judgments of God against prevalent iniquity. beseeching Him at the same time of His infinite grace through the Redeemer of the World. and Sib. refutes this statement: By the President of the United States of America. agreeably to those forms or methods which they have severally adopted as the most suitable and becoming: That all Religious Congregations do. they went to heaven. would not lay down on the pile and set fire to the fuel? Modifications and disguises of the Metempsychosis had crept into Egypt and Greece and Rome and other countries…” 1 Narrator: “It was during the presidency of John Adams that the much-debated Treaty of Tripoli was signed. He there learned also his Metempsychosis. . souls that at last behaved well became men and women. from the demon of Socrates. A PROCLAMATION As the safety and prosperity of nations ultimately and essentially depend on the protection and the blessing of Almighty God. sublime if ever there were any sublime. According to the original U. Nothing in the diplomatic correspondence of the time throws any light whatever on the point. but a duty whose natural influence is favourable to the promotion of that morality and piety.” Response: John Adams’ May 9. nor the blessings of a free government be enjoyed. to beings capable of perceiving it. from the Dey of Algiers to the Pasha of Tripoli. and of the independence of the said States the twenty-second.the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion – does not exist at all. 1796 and at Algiers. as Article 11 of the treaty as there written.continued from page 5 more orthodox or philosophy more profound that in the introduction to the Shasta? ‘God is one. day by day. . In a ‘Note regarding the Barlow Translation:’ ‘…Most extraordinary (and wholly unexplained) is the fact that Article 11 of the Barlow translation. your research will be vain and presumptuous. to communicate of his essence and of his Splendor. has been printed in all official and unofficial treaty collections since it first appeared in 1797 in the Session Laws of the Fifth Congress. freely to remit all our offences. 1797. universal sphere. or any other country besides India and Tartary.’’’ 2 Narrator: “The Founders of our Nation were nearly all infidels. . JOHN ADAMS 3 continued on page 7 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . from the worship of cows and crocodiles in Egypt and elsewhere. never made much progress in Greece or Italy.’ ‘The Eternal willed. not only for His having hitherto protected and preserved the people of these United States. January 3. which may afford us reason to hope for his inestimable favour and Heavenly benediction . is a mystery and seemingly must remain so.’ These doctrines. Treaty of Tripoli. with its famous phrase. thought fit to recommend.S. Fasting and Prayer. when existing or threatening calamities. and I do hereby recommend. who is one. offer their devout addresses to the Father of Mercies. The Eternal willed.” Response: “The Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States of America and the Bey and subjects of Tripoli of Barbary” was signed at Tripoli. but also for having prospered them in a wonderful progress of population. that. and to incline us. 1797. Given under my hand and the Seal of the United States of America. He created Birma. How that script came to be written and to be regarded. with the deepest humility. There is no Article 11. or migrate into a toad or a waspe on the other. without beginning. and as this duty at all times incumbent. the region of the grand immortal Lama: And how does this differ. Fasting and Prayer: That the citizens of these states. as in the Barlow translation.6 . by his Holy Spirit. creator of all. All ended in heaven if they became virtuous. from the possessions of demons in Greece and Rome. and night by night. at Philadelphia. . by the unfriendly disposition. Department of State and National Archives’ records. attested to by Timothy Pickering. the duties of Humiliation and Prayer be accompanied by fervent thanksgiving to the bestower of every good gift. And. this twenty-third day of March. June 7. his wisdom and his goodness. and for conferring on them many and great favours. you adore his power. God governs all the creation by a general providence. is the clearest declaration that the original founders of the United States of America did not believe that they were setting forth a Christian nation. without which social happiness cannot exist. acknowledge before God the manifold sins and transgressions with which we are justly chargeable as individuals and as a nation. Consul General at Algiers. And what you have are diehard patriots who will try to spin the Treaty of Tripoli to state that somehow it does not mean what it states. abstaining on that day from their customary worldly occupations. . be observed throughout the United States. I recommend. who. November 4. Vitsnow. I think. placed in a hazardous and afflictive situation. as a day of Solemn Humiliation. and they were. After migrating through various animals from elephants to serpents according to their behaviour. that she should go to heaven with her husband on the one. to that sincere repentance and reformation. We read under Article 11: Article 11: “This translation from the Arabic by Joel Barlow. if her faith were without doubt. Why? Because they specifically said so in this Treaty.Search not the essence and the nature of the Eternal. the ninth day of May next. Pythagoras learned in India and taught them to Zalecus and his other disciples. conduct. crude and flamboyant and withal quite unimportant. are a loud call to repentance and reformation. that on the said day. The Treaty of Tripoli bears perhaps the most contrary statement against the idea of the United States as a Christian nation: ‘That the government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion. in the fullness of time. and demands of a Foreign Power . Where is the Lady. They as yet existed not. Article 11 of the Treaty of Tripoli does not exist.’ And the Treaty of Tripoli. I have. 1798 Proclamation of A National Day of Solemn Humiliation. at present. . in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight. Who can wonder at the Widow of Malabar. is so especially in seasons of difficulty or of danger. in his works.
It seemed as if Heaven had ordained that Psalm (Psalm 35) to be read on that morning. 1774. In a letter to his wife from Philadelphia. Virginia designated June 1. It has had an excellent effect upon everybody here. Boston) never prayed with such fervor. They fasted and prayed all day.S. Duche (Pastor of Christ Episcopal Church. well known as a zealous patriot and pastor of the church in Brattle Square.D. George Washington’s Diary entry. which opened with Prayer and Scripture: “…You must remember this was the next morning after we heard the horrible rumor of the cannonade of Boston.” Response: John and Abigail Adams were Congregationalists. She writes: “…And now. President. D. unexpected to everybody. I must beg you to read that Psalm…” 7 Following is the text of the First Prayer in Congress: O Lord. dated October 9.. I must confess I never heard a better prayer. (pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia) give a good discourse upon the Lord’s Supper…” Upon Adams’ inauguration as 2nd U. constrain them to drop the weapons of war from their unnerved hands in the day of battle . Dr. therefore. the Journals of the Continental Congress. is dangerous in an extreme degree to the Protestant Religion and to the civil rights and liberties of all America. all this we ask.S. 1774 reads: “…went to church and fasted all day. empires. and there were many who sought out a clear answer as to what he believed about God and about Jesus Christ. Cooper himself (Dr. first U. written by Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Give them wisdom in council and valor in the field. Washington’s true faith was a mystery. That the late Act of Parliament for establishing the Roman Catholic Religion and the French Laws in that extensive country now called Quebec. for the Congress. going in procession to Bruton Parish Episcopal Church. September 7.” Response: George Washington. Benjamin Rush was a fellow-worshiper. President. and thrown themselves on Thy gracious protection. 1797. During the American Revolution. Secretary. our Heavenly Father. that he may discern between good and bad.7 . who dost from Thy throne behold all the dwellers of the earth. such earnestness and pathos – for America. Defeat the malicious designs of our adversaries. Samuel Cooper.” 5 Narrator: “Adams was a well-known Unitarian and did not believe the Holy Ghost existed. who have fled to Thee from the rod of the oppressor. which filled the bosom of every man present. dated June 1. O Lord. Amen. look down in mercy. They attended sermons preached by Rev. 8 Further to the above. worshipping the Lord at the Brattle Square Congregational Church in Boston. oh. Take them. Fasting and Prayer by attending a sermon preached at The Old Presbyterian Meeting House in Alexandria. GEORGE WASHINGTON Narrator: “Was Washington a Christian? Many diehard patriots would say so. convince them of the righteousness of our cause. To Thee they have appeared for the righteousness of our cause. and Lord of lords. . George Duffield. Episcopalian as he is. in the name and through the merits of Jesus Christ. left for continued on page 8 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . and therefore as men and protestant Christians.4 It is of historic interest that a Proclamation. high and mighty King of kings. and governments. The 10th Article reads thus: 10. Thou hast made Thy servant ruler over the people. we beseech Thee on these American States. my God. meticulously kept by Charles Thomson. to Thee do they now look up for that countenance and support which Thou alone canst give. I never saw a greater effect upon an audience. we are indispensably obliged to take all proper measures for our security. Heavenly Father. and especially the town of Boston. Philadelphia). Allison’s meeting in the forenoon and heard the Dr. 1774 letter to his wife. For who is able to judge this Thy so great a people. desiring to be henceforth dependent only on Thee. that he may know how to go out and come in before this great people. . where Dr. our Savior. Give unto him an understanding heart. thy Son. Fasting and Prayer. struck out into an extemporary prayer. Francis Allison. or one so well pronounced. if they still persist in sanguinary purposes. and General of the Continental Army during the American Revolution. where a sermon was preached. Congress (made up of the founding fathers) adjourned. under Thy nurturing care. for the Province of Massachusetts Bay.” (from I Kings 3:7-9) 6 Adams’ September 16. from Philadelphia describes the commencement of the First Continental Congress. Adams regularly attended the Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. After this Mr. members of the House of Burgesses in Williamsburg. who became Chaplain of the Continental Congress (1776). Virginia.D. Adams writes: “This day I went to Dr. and reignest with power supreme and uncontrolled over all kingdoms. let the voice of Thine own unerring justice sounding in their hearts. 1774. 1774 as a Day of Humiliation. enumerate grievances against the ruling power. But even during his lifetime. and. D.continued from page 6 George Washington observed this National Day of Humiliation. Abigail Adams encouraged her husband in a letter dated February 8.
states that the Bible accept and answer for the sake of thy Dear Son. I acknowledge and confess my guilt. It gives insight into his true Christian faith: for posterity. Divine protection and direction. faith and repentance. 9 Narrator: “The Christian clergymen who were alive during the American Revolution did not believe that the Revolutionaries were Christians. tho’ I have heart-distressing information of done thy work. January 4. mark not. negligences & faces of the citizens of Charleston ignorances. I am disposed to of life. you will find them in our Christian civilization. when they broke through the fetters of superstition. first father and temporal redemption.continued from page 7 posterity hand-written prayers. yet it hath been the death of Washington. upon the cross for me. the pulpits clothed in black – with the absolute obedience of the bells muffled – the paraded thy dear Son. 1776. the to the lowest. They opened the Bible to all. New Year’s day. all the people of this land. and direct me to the true object. 1800 hold word. 1800 attests to George Washington’s public stand for Jesus Christ. …Our fore-fathers threw off the yoke of popery in religion. They believed generally that those men were infidels…George Washington did not believe in your understanding of a Christian. These Samuel Adams’ famed Oration given at the State House weak petitions I humbly implore thee to hear. Congress eulogized Asbury as follows: “If you seek for the results of his labor. the disinterested rich in mercy and plenteous in friend. Let me live according to lose sight of all but Washington: those holy rules which thou hast matchless man! At all times he this day prescribed in thy holy acknowledged the providence of George Washington’s autographed Family Bible word. and these the marks sins. Jesus Samuel Adams.8 . composed for the morning and the evening. and help will he ordered the manumission of his slaves – a me thoroughly to examine myself concerning true son of liberty in all points. in the weak and imperfect performance of the duties of this day. Amen.10 my knowledge. the truth and the life. John Adams’ second cousin. is called “the Christ the way. 14th of accepted by thee. Increase my faith. expect a curse than a blessing 1799. make me to know what (unclassified). but so coldly & carelessly. for you is reserved the honor of leveling the popery of politics. what I have done amiss.” 11 appointed to rule over us in church & state. from the highest of him. I have called on thee for pardon and forgiveness of sins. and never was he ashamed is acceptable in thy sight and Library of Congress of his Redeemer: we believe he therein to delight. and give me grace that by the of respect paid by his feeling call of the Gospel I may rise from fellow-citizens to the memory of the slumber of sin unto newness this great man.” who preached with John Wesley during the American Revolution.” (Act of Congress – on base of Asbury’s statue). that those sacrifices soldiery – a public oration decreed which I have offered may be to be delivered on Friday. Continue thy goodness to me this night. Bless.” Thomas Jefferson wrote Lord. “I always considered him. for his These were the expressions of sake. In his of my understanding. But. from thee. but with such deadness of spirit that …Slow moved the Northern post on the eve of I have been an unprofitable and forgetful hearer. undergirds America’s freedoms and liberties: Jesus Christ our Lord. that my prayers are become my sin South Carolina and stand in need of pardon. in Jesus Christ my merciful & loving father. is the original Journal Account of Rev. Asbury’s Journal entry dated Saturday.” Response: Among many eye-witness and ear-witness accounts from Christian clergymen regarding the Christianity of the founders recorded “Countrymen and Brethren. ease me of the burden of my sorrow. O organizer of the American Revolution. I beseech saviour of his country under thee. Washington. the calm. Rare Book Collection. Francis Asbury. Open the eyes died. O God. January 4. and cover them all . and remit A universal cloud sat upon the my transgressions. and maintained the capacity of every man to judge for himself in religion…Our glorious Reformers. and brought the so that. not fearing death. “pioneer of American Methodism. O Lord. His Sunday Evening Prayer (attached) is hereunder reprinted. in and for the this month – a marble statue to be sacrifice Jesus Christ offered placed in some proper situation. continued on page 9 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . remember I am but dust. particularly those whom thou hast fountain of our more important measures. more than any other member. who so negligently that I may rather departed this life December 14. (Independence Hall) on August 1. He is speaking for the thousands of clergymen of his day: O most glorious God. who art intrepid chief. God. I have heard thy Saturday.
First President of the United States. was omitted. Isaac Potts’ house (circa 1740) still stands in Valley Forge.9 . July 11. numbered 28 & 29. Second President of the United States. from 17901797. it is hoped will never take place. 12 Washington was on the Building Committee (together with George Mason and William Fairfax) of his own parish church.continued from page 8 effected more than could be expected from an age so darkened: But they left much to be done by their posterity. Washington’s original pew. however. is marked with a bronze plaque which reads: WASHINGTON PEW. images such as these of Washington kneeling in prayer are shamelessly shown by those who promote the Christian heritage of America. With the request that should said church cease to be appropriated to Divine worship which God forbid. usurping the infallibility which can be attributed to Revelation alone. still standing in Valley Forge. turning his back on the Lord’s Supper. is that although many images and paintings of “Washington in Prayer in Valley Forge” were shown by the Producer/Narrator during his narration. 1909 source. They lopped off indeed some of the branches of popery. and inflict penalties in His Kingdom. Potts hid behind a tree and heard Washington’s supplications to the Lord. The account is unsubstantiated from original Documents of American History. and Martha Washington. Source: John M. fervently crying out to Almighty God to save the fledgling nation from being destroyed. as cited by another author. The original Vestry Records of this church show that Washington served as a vestryman for 22 years. he attended Christ Episcopal Church of Philadelphia. the Quaker. General in Chief of the Continental Armies. George Washington Parke Custis” Among the treasures belonging to America’s posterity is Washington’s hand-autographed. Both pews are marked with plaques. the original bronze statue of Washington kneeling in prayer. He was kneeling in the snow. his horse tethered nearby. that instead of possessing the pure Religion of the Gospel. Narrator: “George Washington would get up and leave the church when communion was served. Response: The Producer/Narrator leans heavily upon John M. Remsburg. recounting the event to his wife. The inside cover has the following inscription in the handwriting of the subscriber and donor. in Valley Forge during the bitterly cold 1777-1778 winter when the Continental Army lay in this valley. while a bronze statue of George Washington on his knees with clasped hands. attached). attached). nearest to the Communion Table. In the possession of Pohick Church is one of George Washington’s original Bibles. Of note. saw the General on his knees. situated midway between Mount Vernon and Gunston Hall. Here worshiped George Washington. Virginia. When in Williamsburg. No original source documentation is given to substantiate his statement. who make religion a stalking horse for their ambition. Pohick Episcopal Church. the idea of Washington kneeling reverentially seems to be greatly exaggerated. was erected near the spot where Potts witnessed him kneeling in prayer. they may be divided either into infidels. They refused allegiance to the pope. who was his adopted grandson: “Presented to Truro Parish for the use of Pohick Church. 1802. than to oracles of Truth.” Response: The Narrator quotes a 20th century citation in a book by John E. three-volume Bible. They dethroned one usurper only to raise up another. . Washington attended Bruton Parish Episcopal Church. and are more attentive to traditions and ordinances of men. or professors who walk in the trammels of orthodoxy. (Autographed Title Page. only to place the Civil Magistrate on the throne of Christ. A 1909 account. and for the honor of Christianity. (see original Deed. . vested with authority to enact laws. This eye-witness account has been passed down to posterity. Narrator: “Furthermore. who deny the Truth. in Christ Episcopal Church. He owned two family pews. or politicians. In such case I desire that the vestry will preserve this Bible as a testimony of regard from the subscriber after a residence of 19 years in the Parish. And if we now cast our eyes over the nations of the earth we shall find. One of the functions of the old vestries was to oversee the needs of the poor. Remsburg. Remsburg as a secondary. The Narrator himself continued on page 10 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . The Pew was voted by the vestry in 1797 to the use of John Adams. but according to Bishop White. Isaac Potts. which is in the safekeeping of the Rare Book Collection of the Library of Congress. and when residing in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. but they left the root and stock when they left us under the domination of human systems…and decisions.
With this in mind. Virginia. flora and fauna of the United States upon its walls and ceilings. (Padua). Then followed in quick succession. to wit. Brumidi devoted 25 years of his life “making beautiful the Capitol building of the United States. M. turned into English the French version of the Maxims. “George Washington’s 110 Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation is based upon Francis Hawkins’ ‘Youth’s Behaviour’ published in 1640. Loyola is floating among the clouds. pew 28 being the nearest to the Communion Table. was actually written by French Jesuits in 1595. nor credible. was George Washington’s parish church. Alexandria. ‘George Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation’ which determined his code of conduct. Capitol. let’s consider that inside of the Jesuit churches in Rome are other ceiling frescos depicting Ignatius Loyola. we read. signed and dated February 24. 1799. After their death. on December 14. documentation. Washington is buried at Mount Vernon. The troubled state of the country kept the book from being reprinted until 1646. humble and respectful man (as all original accounts of him testify) have bid for. His father. The fresco was painted by Constantino Brumidi. presiding. Dr. The older of the two doctors. all members of an old. Narrator: “As incredible as it seems. having painted the history. and not from the French… Francis Hawkins was born in London in 1628. was a brother of Sir Thomas Hawkins and of Henry Hawkins.13 Narrator: “But is there additional evidence to show a link between George Washington and the Jesuit order? The well-known book. the Pew number 28. of walking out of the church when Communion was served? The Deed continues: Washington also bought the adjoining Pew 29 from Lund Washington. was “the one country in the world in which there was true liberty. who relinquished it to him. Original Documents of American History prove that those present at Washington’s deathbed at Mount Vernon.10 . “…the said Pews were sold accordingly by the Vestry and the said George Washington…on the 20th day of November 1772. if he was in the habit. replacing the original.” as he wrote.’ Could this be just a coincidence?” Response: Constantino Brumidi was a political refugee from Rome. nine other editions before 1672… In any event. of Truro Parish. and chosen to purchase Pew 28. Washington’s funeral was conducted at Mount Vernon. between the Vestry of Pohick Church and George Washington states that. They are marked with bronze plaques designating where George Washington worshiped the Lord. 1774. he was on its Building Committee. founder of the Jesuit order. it was the Hawkins English version. 1957 respectively. William Lee. which was removed after the new House continued on page 11 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . two doctors. the Rev. according to numerous eye-witness accounts in original Documents of American history. attached)…Washington knew no French…A comparison of the texts furnishes proof positive that the maxims copied by George Washington came from Hawkins’ version. later to be buried at The Old Presbyterian Meeting House gravesite. were: Martha Washington. they were said to ascend into godhood. John Hawkins.S.” Rule No.D. The work is called ‘The Apotheosis of Washington. Completed in 1774. at the age of eight years.continued from page 9 states that “George Washington’s ‘Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation’ formed the basis for Washington’s conduct. when a second edition appeared. Like George Washington. 1952 and February 24. Rector of Christ Episcopal Church. party to these presents. Why would Washington. who sought asylum in what he termed in his own words. The present Capitol dome was only completed in 1865. active and influential family. and not the French version that was the source of the Rules Washington copied…Is it not possible that either Washington’s father or one of his half-brothers. Thomas Davis. situate between the two Long Isles and adjoining the North Isle and the space before the Communion Table…” This church. The fresco is called. brought back a copy of one of the Hawkins editions?…” 14 Narrator: “Also worth noting is that inside the U.’ The word ‘apotheosis’ is an ancient pagan term. These two pews still stand in Pohick Episcopal Church today. Capitol is the ceiling fresco of George Washington floating in the clouds. wooden and copper one. it has been documented that George Washington was baptized into the Roman Catholic faith just a few hours before his death by a Jesuit priest named Father Leonard Neale. The pleased father took the manuscript to the printer. a levelheaded. prudent.” Response: From original documentation in the Library of Congress. The attached Deed of Purchase. This is not original.” Response: The Producer/Narrator’s documentation is cited from the Denver Register newspaper dated May 11. Ignatius. ‘The Apotheosis of St. all three of whom were educated in England. and Tobias Lear. who published it about 1640.” Americans received him with open arms. then purchased one certain Pew in the said Church for the price of sixteen pounds current money. According to the dictates of his Will. was Surgeon General of the America Revolution. It was applied to men who had done great deeds. Washington’s private secretary. In gratitude. as the Narrator states. Washington practiced these rules with humility and consistency. He is the greatest artist of the U. more flattened.S. the nearest pew to the Communion Table. James Craik. John Hawkins had published five books before his precocious son Francis. (see original title page. 1 is: Every action done in company ought to be with some sign of respect to those that are present.
elongating the building. Narrator: “Religious liberty was a license to allow all religions an equal place in America. Surrounding Washington are 13 maidens. The Apotheosis of Democracy. because I think it will be productive “Washington is seated in the center. is a remonstrance against a congressional Bill which. a child playing the thoughts of making people pay with a ram. a mother. As Bartlett himself stated in his speech at the unveiling Mt. holding a banner with the disgust of a respectable minority…Sincerely and motto: ‘E Pluribus Unum. 1775. tree of peace. sculptured pediment by Paul Wayland Bartlett is entitled. dated October 3. One). 1777-1778. It reads: Above its main steps. Walter’s Mason out of context. a factory girl.” The yesterday’s date enclosing a memorial & sculptor’s description is: “At the center of the pediment is Armed remonstrance against the assessment Bill. if of the founder.” “Washington at Valley Forge. Capitol include. wou’d be impolitic.” and “Storming of Stony Point. a the number of husbandman and a cow. or is bounded at both ends by waves symbolizing the declare themselves Atlantic and Pacific oceans. of more quiet to the State. East portico design of the House of Representatives (1857) wing. The Response: Apotheosis of George Washington. striking down ‘Tyranny’ and ‘Kingly Power. 1916: “We thought because the House represents in its largest sense the people.’ 16 The above 1785 Memorial and Remonstrance referred to in this letter. extolling. a profess. Thomas U. extolling. The Bill itself seen a breastplate and coat I do not recollect of mail. changing its meaning in his communication. on account of company. “Boston Massacre. that the people.” Religion. signed by 56 signers (right). would tax citizens for the support of professors of religion. 1785 in August. make people pay towards the support of that which they Armies. on parchment. England. 1785).’ with ‘Freedom’ holding a shield and accompanied by an eagle. sounding a trumpet. Her left arm rests ever to have read: on a buckler. Brumidi’s original meaning of “apotheosis” in his fresco. Washington’s career and his victory as General of the Continental that is. admitting there is a decided majority for it. Petersburg. who nestles at I will read with attention. over tyranny and monarchial power.” “Battle of Lexington. the bas-relief. but to seek offices of power in government. and finally.11 .continued from page 10 of Representatives wing (1857) and the new Senate wing (1859) were added. Isaac’s Cathedral in St. yet Agriculture and Industry. denominations a fisherman. & thereby obtain proper relief. praise”. Walter was inspired by St. The Industry towards the support group to the left consists of of that which they a printer. and hence necessitating a more elevated dome design. that the Bill could die an easy death. praise’ of George enacted. The two Altho’ no man’s sides of the pediment are sentiments are more opposed to any kind composed of representative of restraint upon figures from the two great religious principles sources of prosperity: than mine are. at present I am unable her feet. Peace is wearing a long mantle beneath which can be to do it. an ironworker. and Jefferson’s original hand-written Declaration of Independence (left) and the only original Declaration.” 17 is ‘War. In the – but will compare background is the olive them together. in concert with Thomas U. in my opinion.” “Death of General Wooster. 1777. I must confess. should be portrayed in this building of Democracy.& follows: as it has gone so far. not just the right to worship. Washington does not address the subject of “Freedom of paintings in the U. while her with attention I am right arm is extended over certain I never did the head of Genius. is not “deification. which Peace protecting the youthful figure of Genius. Below Washington affectionately. 3rd Octr. to the symbolizing the 13 original States. 1770. Russia and St. Mahomitans or otherwise.” but rather The Narrator has taken George Washington’s letter to George “exultation. the life and labors of the I have this moment received yours of people. than by enacting it into ‘Liberty. Vernon.” 15 Jews. ‘Victory and Fame.S. I am… G: Washington. (citing George Washington’s letter to George Mason. which. if The above portrays the ‘exultation.’ (Out of Many.’ a Law. Brumidi’s historic profess. Paul’s Cathedral in London. In creating his design. On his right is a damsel. that To the right of the apex are I am not amongst a reaper and his helper.’ and on his left is another robed damsel. I Constantino Brumidi’s original meaning for his fresco is as wish an assessment had never been agitated . 1779. (see “Dr Sir attached). Architect of the Capitol. The pediment of Christians.” continued on page 12 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . As the matter now stands. a those who are so child garlanded with fruits much alarmed at of the harvest.
of his translation of the “Holy Bible containing the Old and New Covenant. 1776. The old fox was too cunning for them. Printed by J. 1777 to January. The pen of Paine brought about the American Revolution. as follows: “Common Sense. on behalf of the entire Congress. A Quaker by affiliation. There are 190 entries under the title “Religion. However. Paine’s powerful arguments against monarchial rule and tyranny coming from Scripture. 1722. such as John Wesley’s and John Witherspoon’s writings.’” Response: Thomas Jefferson never wrote any Diaries. Thomson The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Covenant. How impious is the title of continued on page 13 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . 1753. July 21. Attached are the original first pages of The Epistle to the Romans. ‘Before he left office. The Bible on which Dr. The Christians of our land will never hear the name of Jefferson without such an association of it with his hatred of Christianity. only returning to the United States in 1802. from whom the children of Israel copied the custom. He never said a word about the Christian Religion. Jefferson’s famous words are quoted: “…I am for freedom of Religion. What kind of spirit was it? The founders based their thinking on Thomas Paine. handwritten by Charles Thomson.S. Secretary to the Congress of the United States. November 12. Daniel Boorstin took the oath of office as 12th Librarian of Congress. Statuary. that he could not be content to leave it unassailed…he has left us a monument of his blasphemous impiety which we are satisfied will cause his memory to be held in abhorrence by every American Christian. with a predominance of Bibles. and left for France in 1781.And one copy of Sale’s Koran. the clergy in Philadelphia wanted Washington to make a public avowal of his Christianity. written on paper. Paine coined ‘United States of America. Heathens paid divine honours to their deceased kings. English. Concordances to the Bible and great theological works. was signed by John Hancock. also took the oath of office upon Thomas Jefferson’s Bible. on July 4. 1776. There is no “Diaries of Thomas Jefferson. and against all maneuvers to bring about a legal ascendancy of one sect over another…” From these words we see Jefferson’s abhorrence of a legally established state church.” Response: Thomas Jefferson’s library included many volumes on religion. coins. 20 Narrator: “In the Diary of Thomas Jefferson we read. Medals. Poetry.” As “The Diary of Thomas Jefferson” does not exist.’ Paine attacked the Bible. from a Talk for Teachers’ Institute at Mount Vernon. Constitution. Commonly called the Old and New Testament Translated from the Greek by Charles Thomson. to the present day. 13th Librarian of Congress. On the title page of this catalog. Philadelphia. 1987. 1999.” Response: According to the official records in Documents of American history. and the Christian World hath improved on the plan by doing the same to their living ones. D. Paine neither signed the Declaration of Independence nor the U. 1764. etc. page 11) 18 Narrator: “Jefferson possessed such an inveterate hatred to revealed truth. to the end of time. openly contending against the gospel. dictating to. It was the most prosperous invention the Devil ever set on foot for the promotion of idolatry.” Response: Thomas Paine is not a founding father of the United States.” published. January 10. commonly called the Old and New Testament” which is Jefferson’s personal Bible. To “Common Sense” is ascribed the principle credit for turning the scales in favor of independence. It was resolved by Congress to have it inscribed on parchment. and controlling other Christian denominations at will. and the Apostle Peter’s First and Second Epistles. he was the Secretary to the Committee of Foreign Affairs of the Continental Congress from April 17. “Common Sense” is a biblical document.” by Thomas Paine: “Of Monarchy and Hereditary Succession Government by kings was first introduced into the world by the heathens. 1975. Painting. and all fifty-six signers put their signatures to it a few weeks later. 19 James H.” Jefferson’s personal Bible holds preeminence in this collection. this is pure revisionism. This only original of the Declaration of Independence on parchment. I know that Gouverneur Morris has often told me that George Washington believed no more in the system (Christianity) than he did. 1808. His “Common Sense.continued from page 11 THOMAS JEFFERSON Narrator: “The Declaration of Independence was written on a freemasonic white lambskin apron. on September 14.” The Narrator’s source given is: “ Sly Old Fox: George Washington and Religion. with its fifty-six signatures. is on permanent exhibition in the Main Rotunda of the National Archives.. for those who would understand History. (see attached originals. THOMAS PAINE Narrator: “The American Revolution begins with Thomas Paine. Washington. This is now part of the Library of Congress Rare Book Collection and is listed under the title Jefferson Collection.” 187 of these pertaining to Christianity. 1808. made him the best known and most influential writer in America at the time. This he denounces and calls “priestcraft. Not all the lauding and birthday celebrations will durably sustain the reputation of the reviler of Christ and his cause. President of the Continental Congress.Boyse’s Pantheon History of Heathen gods. Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence. 1779. Billington. Aitken.C. Its Jefferson Collection Rare Book card catalog entry describes Jefferson’s Bible as: “Bible. while the remaining three are as follows: An Historical Account of the Heathen gods and heroes necessary for understanding of the ancient poets.12 .
e. have been very smoothly glossed over in monarchical governments. And notwithstanding the great distance of time and difference of manners. and victory thro’ the Divine interposition decided in his favour. on the dollar bill. i. but they have rejected me. not a kingdom only. the character is still in fashion. and thy son’s son. was indeed the turning point in favor of independence from a tyrannical. and the prophet Samuel. not of any particular King. Secretary to the Continental Congress. for the arms of a kingdom are nearly always those of the sovereign or his family. . for the Jews at that time were without a king. who were entrusted with some secular concerns. expressly disapproves of government by Kings. as they were generally significant and simple. In France: Thomas Paine was on the Committee which drafted the new Constitution for France. but an hereditary one. and Samuel prayed unto the Lord. 1797). otherwise she would not so frequently turn it into ridicule. and tho’ himself might deserve some decent degree of honours of his contemporaries. protest solemnly unto them and show them the manner of the King that shall reign over them. And a man hath good reason to believe that there is as much of kingcraft as priestcraft in withholding the Scripture from the public in popish countries. THE LORD SHALL RULE OVER YOU. saying. Thomas Jefferson be a committee to prepare a device for a Seal of the United States of America’…The Declaration had been signed about 2 o’clock in the afternoon. John Adams and Mr. The hankering which the Jews had for the idolatrous customs of the heathens. by giving mankind an Ass for a Lion…” 21 The founding fathers did base their thinking upon Scripture in their quest for independence. is an insult and imposition on posterity. published in 1794.S. saying. were tried in court on a charge of “blasphemy” for publishing Age of Reason. Seeking persistently and skillfully to save the King of France. but the general manner of the Kings of the earth whom Israel was so eagerly copying after. and during George Washington’s second presidency. The children of Israel being oppressed by the Midianites. Render unto Cesar the things which are Cesar’s. they came in an abrupt and clamorous manner to Samuel. charges them with disaffection to their proper Sovereign. It is clear that Paine’s Age of Reason. (June 24. Rule thou over us. for the will of the Almighty as declared by Gideon. but they undoubtedly merit the attention of countries which have their governments yet to form. but in the positive stile of a prophet. yet it is no support of monarchical government. elated with success. is the Scripture doctrine of courts. For all men being originally equals. so the second. thou and thy son. so neither can it be defended on the authority of Scripture. Behold thou art old. Constitution had been signed and adopted. THAT I SHOULD NOT REIGN OVER THEM. neither doth he compliment them with invented declarations of his thanks. to include Richard Carlile and Thomas Williams. is something exceedingly unaccountable. Common Sense. and these. Paine was arrested and confined in Luxembourg prison until November. that laying hold of the misconduct of Samuel’s two sons. both in England and America. 1776. having been published seven years after the U.” Condemned as blasphemy. and thy sons walk not in thy ways. neither shall my son rule over you. now make us a king to judge us like all the other nations. I will not rule over you. Now therefore hearken unto their voice. The First Device: Late in the afternoon of July 4. but denieth their right to give it. but Gideon in the piety of his soul replied. and the Lord said unto Samuel.e. claimed as a matter of right. However. however. who in the midst of his splendor is crumbling into dust! As the exalting one man so greatly above the rest cannot be justified on the equal rights of nature.S. hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee. it had no influence whatever on the founding fathers or the American Revolution. Common Sense based upon Scripture. Gideon doth not decline the honour. howbeit. On December 27. but so it was. is diametrically opposite to his Christian thinking and philosophy of “Common Sense.continued from page 12 sacred Majesty applied to a worm. and in a state of vassalage to the Romans. he incurred the hostility of Robespierre and other Terrorist leaders. Words need not be more explicit. yet his descendants might be far too unworthy to inherit them. 1793. To the evil of monarchy we have added that of hereditary succession. for which a curse in reserve is denounced against them. One of the strongest natural proofs of the folly of hereditary right in Kings. And here we cannot but observe that their motives were bad. for they have not rejected thee. they fell again into the same error. . About one hundred and thirty years after this. that Dr. But the thing displeased Samuel when they said. the King of Heaven. give us a King to judge us. based upon Scripture. and attributing it to the generalship of Gideon. made the final decisions for the Great Seal of the U. The Jews. For monarchy in every instance is the popery of government. would continued on page 14 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . a number of publishers. wherewith they have forsaken me. proposed making him a king. and the new Republic could accept no individual’s arms. All anti-monarchical parts of Scripture. Monarchy is ranked in Scripture as one of the sins of the Jews. whereas their true glory lay in being as much unlike them as possible. monarchial-hereditary system of government. the Continental Congress ‘Resolved. however. Gideon marched against them with a small army. Mr. CHARLES THOMSON Narrator: “Charles Thomson. Here was temptation in its fullest extent. i. Department of State’s historical account of the Seal of the United States: “The History of the Seal of the United States. and as the first is a degradation and lessening of ourselves. According to all the works which they have done since the day that I brought them up out of Egypt even unto this day.13 . no one by birth could have a right to set up his own family in perpetual preference to all others for ever. the latter being sentenced to one year’s imprisonment. each had a seal. is that nature disapproves it. Benjamin Franklin. and served other gods: so do they also unto thee. the second year of the French Republic. did. What is Thomson hiding? It is the spirit of anti-Christ.S. that they might be like unto other nations. the Heathens.” Response: Following is the original. and the members of Congress assembling after dinner desired to complete the evidences of the independence of the United States by formally adopting an official sign of sovereignty and a national coat of arms…The committee to design the arms of the new nation had no national precedent to follow. The history of that transaction is worth attending to. The several colonies. viz. 1794. U.
it legalized witchcraft and demonology and all of this stuff. And Benjamin Franklin was well-known for that.S. paly. Red. Charles Thomson was immersed in the Bible. Seal (Reverse) and Motto. her husband. in his collection under the subtitle.) was published by J. Franklin didn’t adhere to those doctrines and those beliefs…The doctrine of Religious liberty – what it did was to legalize the worship of idols. Motto. The colours of the pales his daughter Sarah. The Escutcheon is born on the breast of an American Eagle without any other “The University and Hospital. which I photoduplicated. the seal was finally decided upon. extending his hand over the sea. On June 20. states the vigilance. Religion. American cause. reach-to Moses who stands on the shore and. Spiritual licentiousness had been engineered by the founding fathers of America. Francis. containing the Old and New Covenant. hardiness & valour. causes it to overwhelm Pharaoh. As a result of the American Revolution and the Revolution in Europe. and their son. now housed in the Rare Book Collection of the Library of Congress. represent the Several States all joined in one solid compact entire. Thomson’s handwritten translation of the first pages of the Book of Romans. a crown on his head and a sword inhis hand. Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God. The pales in the arms are kept closely united by the chief and the chief depends on that Union & the strength resulting from it for its support. the colour of the Chief signifies the Archives of Christ Church. translated from the Greek (4 vols. The Motto alludes to this union.continued from page 13 have been a fair guide to the exigencies of a national seal. commonly called the Old and New Testament. In speaking of the influence of supports. and Thomas Jefferson. The date underneath is that of the Declaration of Independence and the words under it signify the beginning of the new American era. Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God. perseverance & justice. Pharaoh sitting in an open chariot. so they had nothing to fear in writing these books and getting this information out there. Rays from a pillar of fire in the clouds reaching to Moses to express that he acts by command of the Deity. The pyramid signifies provincial era. Chapter 2) by Charles Thomson. John Adams and innocence. There’s no other way to say it. The Constellation denotes a new State taking its place to the founders worshiping there during the American Revolution: and rank among other sovereign powers. Secretary of Congress (1774-1789) was a Christian statesman and scholar of the Bible. Richard Bache are those used in the flag of the United First U.’” 22 Charles Thomson. He didn’t believe that stuff. Jefferson’s note says: Hand-written Bible translation (Romans. and Peter’s First and Second Epistles are attached. which the Producer/Narrator has falsely attributed to him. supporting a Chief. which unites the whole & represents Congress. (see attached first Seal) The Arms Adopted. Franklin thought it worthless to seek out Christ. Franklin’s note reads: “Moses standing on the shore.” the most historic church in America due Congress. Aitken in Philadelphia in 1800. a crown on his head and a sword in his hand passing thro’ the divided waters of the Red Sea in pursuit of the Israelites: rays from a pillar of fire in thecloud. A 1920 Christ Church Hand Book from and Blue. however. States of America. He most definitely did not believe orthodox Christian doctrinal anything. Religious liberty legalized demonology. White signifies purity Designed by Benjamin Franklin. Motto. which commences from that date. His translation of the Bible: The Holy Bible.’ continued on page 15 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . This translation of the Bible: The Holy Bible is Thomas Jefferson’s personal Bible. It became legal. The Olive branch and arrows following regarding Benjamin Franklin’s involvement in this church denote the power of peace & war which is exclusively vested in called “the nation’s church. through Congress. hence. Reverse. Deborah. had an idea that an allegorical picture significant of the fortunes and destiny of the United States would be more appropriate…Adams’ statement is corroborated by the notes preserved by Jefferson and now among his papers in the Library of Congress. This entire report is in Thomson’s handwriting and is endorsed by him: ‘Device for a Great Seal for the United States in Congress Assembled. the two most honorable ordinaries: The pieces. to denote that the United States of America ought the members of this congregation on public affairs during the to rely on their own Virtue. They were the ones who originally gave license to devil worship. Provost Stille said: ‘I must not forget to claim for Strength and Duration: The Eye over it & the Motto allude to some of them the great honor of having been the founders and the many signal interpositions of Providence in favour of the the early guardians of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. to denote Response: the Confederacy of the United States of Benjamin Franklin attended Christ Episcopal America & the preservation of their Union Church.” Remarks and Explanation: ‘The Escutcheon is composed of the chief & pale.14 . 1782. Philadelphia with his wife. the life-giving Spirit of Jesus Christ permeated his life – not the spirit of anti-Christ. expressive of the Divine presence and command. The members of the committee. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Narrator: “Benjamin Franklin’s view of Christianity was in line with thinkers of the Enlightenment. and extending his hand over the Sea. thereby causing the same to overwhelm Pharaoh who is sitting in an open chariot.
D. Finding it impossible to induce Mr. while she holds a miniature statue. Among these are. Fraser wrote to David Lynn.15 . to the scholarship section and reading rooms (not open to tourists). was a pewholder in this Church. Polynesian and Australian. Capitol. symbolic of Justice. even placing an obelisk directly in front of it. Modern Greek. The Library of Congress. At the right corner is a sheaf of wheat. Richard Peters. Professor Otis T. When he looked around for those who would appreciate and support his project.” which he quotes extensively. at the completion of his work. The Library of Congress Main Building. The Bible says very clearly that Neptune. Slav. heathen symbols. mainly. paintings and architectural themes used by the Producer/Narrator during the narration were given mythological names falsely. housed in the Rare Book Collection of the Library of Congress. Peter’s Square?” continued on page 16 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . May the God of mercies bless the undertaking!” The president and board of this hospital also came from members of the congregation of Franklin’s church. Babylonian. after design of Otis T. as the country’s greatest single repository for knowledge. who first conceived the plan of this establishment. aesthetically-beautiful. still marked today. Thomas Jefferson Building is the richest building in the world of true American Christian heritage and history.. based on Scripture.” The sculptor. 5) The marble statue: “The Contemplation of Justice” in front of the U. in the Archives of Christ Church. 1755:” and ending that it “was piously founded. and executed plaster models of ‘savage and barbarous peoples’ which were helpful to the sculptors. to model St. while in the left corner is a millstone. a bronze plaque marking his original pew. curator of the Department of Ethnology of the Smithsonian Institution spent six months studying the ethnological collections of the Smithsonian. where he worshiped the Lord.continued from page 14 Doctor Benjamin Franklin. he is buried at Christ Church gravesite with his wife. in each corner. he took from this congregation. Turkish. scales hanging from her waist. the doctrinally-sound sermons.” 2) A limestone bas-relief sculptured pediment by sculptor Albert Stewart entitled “Labor and Industry. sculptures and paintings. Brunette European. She is blindfolded. Greek and Roman mythology. he made the final choice of Rev. sculptors’ and architects’ original titles and meanings: 1) A limestone bas-relief sculptural pediment entitled: “Interstate Transportation” over the entranceway of the Interstate Commerce Commission building. Semite. which the Producer/ Narrator calls the Grecian goddess. daughter and grandson being buried next to them. In a short time the College. and many other founding fathers worshiped the Lord in their family pews. Christ Episcopal Church. but also Billington’s revisionism of America’s original legacy upon wall and ceiling of her national Library of Congress – a living museum of Judeo-Christian heritage. throughout the ancient world. discloses that the executors of his Will were fellow worshipers of Christ Church. Hungarian. including John Jay. first Chief Justice of the U. These walls and ceilings were stripped of their original. and certainly not surpassed. nearly four-fifths were members here. Abyssinian. a member of this congregation. Billington is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. 3) One of the thirty-three granite sculptured keystones. that Washington and the other founders made to secure the aid of the Jesuits and the Roman Catholic Church? Is it odd then. 1987. Peters to accept the place. D. is surrounded with all these pagan statues of gods and goddesses. with the artists’. These come from the walls and ceilings of corridors leading from the Main Vestibule of the Library of Congress of the Main Thomas Jefferson Building. Mason. William Smith. Hindu.’ 23 Benjamin Franklin wrote the cornerstone inscription for the Episcopal Hospital he also founded: It honors Christ by commencing: “In the year of Christ.” Narrator: “Most Protestant patriots tend to believe that the founding fathers would have shunned the Popes because the dark ages represented tyranny and oppression. She represents Energy as applied to interstate commerce. His first choice for Headmaster of the Academy was the Rev. her left arm rests on a book. by sculptor Edward McCartan. the Bible says they are demons. Response: Close-up views of sculptures. reflected in its art. the beauty and intelligence of Justice.S.C.S. Meaning of sculptures: “When the Library of Congress Main Building was constructed.” over Pavilion B entranceway to the Department of Labor. Ellicott. Philadelphia.C. A pair of dolphins leap through the ocean. thus founded by two members of this Parish. Modern Egyptian. stating that he “saw in her face. The Producer/Narrator is clearly promoting. that the Gospel of Jesus Christ was preached from the pulpit of this church. and Apollo and Athena and Hermes and so on – all of these gods that are there in Washington.” “Justice” wears a loose robe. Supreme Court. Persian. for nearly ten years the Rector of Christ Church. Malayan. etc…” 4) Six views of paintings of Neptune and Egyptian. “Athena. it was thought that even the exterior of the building should be a source of information or edification. Albert Stewart’s meaning is: “A reclining male resting against the side of a large bull. and President of the American Bible Society. Godly heritage and repainted with mythological. each modeled as a human head. Narrator: The architecture in Washington. inaugurated into office in September. Peters was for many years the President of the Board. And Mr. 24 I have personally perused. “Fire in the Minds of Men. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. by any seminary at that time existing in the Province. Blonde European. for the relief of the sick and miserable. the men of education and wisdom who would aid him. McCartan’s meaning is: “A reclining woman against a seahorse with a serpent’s tail. Billington. The racial groups are: Russian.C. Sculptors: William Boyd and Henry J. James Earle Fraser’s original meaning is: “A damsel with a thoughtful expression on her face.S. preached at this church. of which they were regular attendees. Supreme Court. that they would choose to model the U. Mason. Is it possible that this was a deal with the devil. These architectural sculptures are found above the second story exterior pavilion windows. James H. architecture. Benjamin Franklin’s Will. representing the major races of the world. then Architect of the Capitol. during the closure of the Main Vestibule (1990-1997) for so-called “renovations” overseen by the Librarian of Congress. not only James Billington’s Marxist philosophy in his book. D. as in St. His original Last Will and Testament. WASHINGTON. while Franklin. Washington. There can be no doubt. Of the trustees previous to the Revolution. Circassian. was possibly unrivalled. Arabian. to the left. denoting objectivity.
Washington. D.C. D. Colbert and Louis IX. 6 Letters of John and Abigail Adams. and another committee was appointed to finish it. 14 Origins of Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation. An Oration Delivered at the State House in Philadelphia to a very large audience. 23 Christ Church Archives. member of the General Congress of the United States of America. April 13. 1776. D.$25 I enclose my check for $________________________ Name___________________________________________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________________________________ City_________________________ State_________________Zip___________________________________ CHRISTIAN HERITAGE MINISTRIES P. 12 Adams. 3 Proclamations. Francis Asbury. taken out of context . 7 Ibid. Library of Congress. No original. nevertheless is false. 1952 and 1956 editions.C.” are secondary or third-hand source accounts. Library of Congress. Old South Meeting House. Washington. history books and curricula) since the 1930’s. and linked them to America’s founding period. They discarded Robert Mills’ design.C. Rare Book Collection. when these bas-relief. Washington. Paul’s in London. Library of Congress. Washington. which were placed over the gallery doors of the House of Representatives Chamber when it was remodeled in 1949-50. Pothier. while it resembled a chimney stack.C. in gold lettering – “IN GOD WE TRUST. His design was shorter. deceptive and misleading in content. 18 Rare Book Collection. four of which are French lawmakers – Napoleon. D. Isaac’s Cathedral in St. Washington. a 20th century publication. Rare Book Collection.O. Francis. 10 Asbury. D. D. Library of Congress. The dome’s design was inspired by St. although a “state-of-the-art” production in film and technology. Philadelphia. and therefore not credible. Rare Book Collection. Mills had died. Rare Book Collection. D. Washington. 1 © 2011 Christian Heritage Ministries Sign me up as a participant in the struggle to preserve. Samuel. Washington.C. and “A Teacher’s Institute talk” given at Mount Vernon in 1999. excepting some of the founders’ letters. Rare Book Collection.S. The only full face is that of Moses. Washington. The founders were long since dead in 1949. 15 Architect of the Capitol and Joint Committee on the Library documentation. 21 The Writings of Thomas Paine. Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church.1776. D. date of the laying of the cornerstone of the Washington monument. Washington. Library of Congress. the plaques each measure 28” in diameter. This DVD. changing their meaning and communication. 20 Rare Book Collection. John Remsburg. Washington. Petersburg.S. Washington. Capitol was only completed in 1865. Prayers of George Washington.$10 o Member .C. 22 United States Department of State Records. Library of Congress. Conclusion The sources utilized by the Producer/Writer/Editor/Narrator of the DVD production: “The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers. D. Rare Book Collection. Moncure Conway.C. Library of Congress. In Three Volumes (Volume II).C.$50 o Student . D.$250 o Life . Library of Congress. D. Library of Congress. State Department and National Archives Records. Washington.C. Library of Congress. such as “Rulers of Evil” by Frederick Tupper Saussey. 25 Architect of Capitol and Joint Committee on the Library documentation. 20th century authors. Library of Congress. Washington. Pennsylvania 24 Rare Book Collection.C. House of Representatives.C. © 2011 by Catherine Millard Bibliography The Adams-Jefferson Letters (1812-1826).continued from page 15 Response: The present dome of the U. The Journal of the Rev. 1815. Rare Book Collection. restore and permanently protect America’s Christian heritage and founding period history for posterity. on either side of the Speaker’s Chair. Library of Congress. and replaced it with an obelisk. 9 The Daily Sacrifice. primary source Documents of American history are used.$100 o Sustaining . D. Washington. 4 Records of The Old Presbyterian Meeting House (c. 2 U.) o Charter Member . D. the latter having been removed from public consciousness (textbooks. which has inscribed upon it. D.S. 16 Ibid. Day of Public Humiliation Appointed. etc. two are Americans – Thomas Jefferson and George Mason. Johnson.$1000 & above o Associate . D. Library of Congress. on Thursday the 1st of August. 1965. D. and St. Robert Mills winning the competition. 19 The Jefferson Collection.” The Producer/Narrator selected two of these bas-relief profiles. Virginia original documentation. Rare Book Collection. with a tetrastyle and stylobate around it. from August 1771 to December 7. 13 Christ Episcopal Church.” Response: There are 23 marble bas-relief circular portraits.C. 5 Diaries of George Washington. The founding fathers had died by 1848. Washington. 1774) and historic plaque on front façade of church. long after the founders’ death. Philadelphia: E. D. Washington.C. Created of Vermont white marble by seven different sculptors. Washington. 25 Narrator: “It is even more odd that inside the Capitol are the busts of two Roman Catholic popes – Innocent III and Gregory IX. It is a “chef d’oevre” of Marxist philosophy and propaganda. Box 797 · Springfield. Rare Book Collection. circular profiles where placed around the inner walls of the U. The Producer/Narrator’s authorities quoted are. House of Representatives. The production capitalizes upon the premise that Americans are no longer knowledgeable of their original Documents of American History. 8 Congressional Record. Rare Book Collection.hence. 17 The Papers of George Washington. steps leading up to bronze statues of American heroes. 11 An Address on the Life and Character of Samuel Adams. which is not catalogued in the Library of Congress Collections consisting of over 130 million items. During the 20 years’ lapse. They represent profiles of ancient makers and codifiers of the law. Virginia 22150 · (703) 455-0333 CHRISTIAN HERITAGE NEWS . D. Rare Book Collection.C. (Newsletter subscription included.16 . Alexandria.C. The Denver Register newspaper.C. Washington. finished in 1884 and opened to the public in 1888. The Washington Monument’s cornerstone was laid only in 1848. Library of Congress.C. Rare Book Collection. on the wall directly opposite the Speaker’s Chair.C.